Letraset Tria Markers B746 Save 20%
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Creativity often still starts on paper. For artists and designers, the Tria Markers System is the most precise and complete range of Markers, Cartridges, Inks and Accessories on the market today.
Letraset Tria Markers now have a new set of innovative features and a unique colour system to make working with markers even more immediate and creative. These Letraset markers now come in 300 colours specially formulated to meet the needs of today's designers. Tria also keeps it's unique 3 nib design but now offers an improved combination to suit all design styles and stroke weights - take advantage of a new brush nib, a new fine bullet point nib and the tried and tested chisel nib. The Letraset Tria system is modular, meaning the parts can be easily interchanged. Swap nibs around for a customised set up to suit your personal style of working. Widely used by professionals and students, Letraset Tria stands for innovation in design and colour application.
Tria is a technically advanced marker and refill cartridge system driven by a digitally structured colour space. Refilling is economical, quick and mess-free. Cartridges are available separately and simply click into place. Tria Markers are modern, updated design tools that deliver high quality, professional results. The improved colour range is derived from the HSL colour space, which stands for Hue, Saturation, Lightness (also referred to as Luminance or Luminosity/Intensity). This makes for simple, intuitive colour referencing, with meaningful graduations and no duplicated colours.
The ergonomic, easy-grip design with clear barrel has coloured end dots for identification. A large ink reservoir contains alcohol-based, permanent, low-odour ink that won’t smudge on photocopies or laser printouts. The translucent quality of the inks means they can be overlaid and blended for a variety of stunning visuals.
Note — Use these colour swatches as an approximation of the real colour. If exact colour matching is necessary, use actual samples of the materials.
Take a look at this explanatory video on rendering techniques for Tria markers: